Over the last two weeks we’ve added data for 21 different countries. From Mozambique, Zambia, and Oman, to New Zealand, Japan, and Russia to name a few. To get a good overview of all these different additions, we suggest you have a look at the full list at the end of this article, grouped by country or region. If you’re a Macrobond user, you can use the links provided to take you directly to the data in the application.
Below we’ll have a look at three charts to highlight specific additions. Remember, that as a user you can click on the charts to open them in the application. The benefit of doing this is that you can see exactly how the charts were built, and which calculations were used to get to the end result.
Being able to easily get a complete overview of any Macrobond documents is one of the things we like best about shareable charts. It makes collaborating on projects so much more efficient when everyone involved can easily locate the data that was used, see the steps taken, and which calculations were applied.
Enough about that, here are the charts.
Chart Notes: In this chart the bankruptcy series was disaggregated in the series list, and a reversed axis-scale used, to better illustrate the relationship between the series.
Chart notes: Read more about the key take-aways, a discussion of the discrepancies between and within markets, as well as background information about methodology.
Data additions by country/region
International Transactions in Securities by Types of Investors – Debt Securities
International Transactions in Securities by Types of Investors – Total
International Transactions in Securities – Investor types totals
International Transactions in Securities by types of investors – Equity and Investment Fund Shares
Reserve Requirement Rate Change Adjusted
Automated Teller Machines Statistics
Bank Financed Imports
Crude Oil Export
Crude Oil Production
GDP per Capita
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
Non-Oil Merchandise Exports & Imports
Points of Sale Transactions
Terms of Trade
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